Water Features for Every Taste and Lifestyle
POOL WATER FEATURES HOUSTON, KATY, SUGAR LAND & SPRING
Water features are a fun and elegant way to upgrade the look and function of your pool and spa. From a rock-scape focal point with slide to trickling Laminars or scuppers, there is a feature for every taste and of every scale.
Today's water slides are designed to seamlessly meld with the style of your pool. Built of complimenting stone or other materials, they are sure to provide a visually pleasing accent while promising unending hours of fun for kids of all ages!
Waterfalls and Grottos
Most popular with freeform and lagoon-style pools, waterfalls can be constructed of a variety of stone and stone-look materials and in any size and scale. An especially popular trend is a larger-scale waterfall that creates a hidden, swim-in grotto, equally perfect for an exciting childhood adventure or a romantic stolen kiss!
Bubblers are fun water features that spout up from shallow pool surfaces like steps and beach entries. When combined with the right aesthetic lighting, they can create striking centerpieces to a variety of swimming pool styles. When placed on a beach entry or tanning deck, they create a fun splash pad for small children and big kids alike.
Deck Jets and Laminars
Deck jets are graceful streams of water that arch into the pool or spa from the pool deck, walls, or surrounding landscape. Similarly, Laminars are accompanied by colored LED lights that really amp up the drama at night and can even be changed to suit any mood.
Sheer descents are water features that gently poor into the pool from pool or spa walls and come in configurations as various as a "sheet of glass" effect to sheets of rain-like droplets. They range in size from a few inches wide to several feet for a plethora of elegant looking applications, all providing the soothing sound of falling water!
Swim Up Bars
Swim-up bars are a great way to bring the fun of having a cocktail or food served to you in the pool because if you don't have to get out why would you? These areas feature built-in bar stools made of stone, tile or precast finishes and a bar that can be adorned in glass tile or beads. The options are endless.